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Mod Podge Picture Frame in Five Steps!

Learn how to use patterned paper and an unfinished wood surface to make this Mod Podge picture frame! Add a pop of color to your decor.

Mod Podge Picture Frame in Five Steps!

Hi everyone! This is Sam from The Pretty Life Girls, here to share with you a simple project to change up some of those old picture frames you have around your house.

These DIY frames were so fun and easy to make, and they add the best little pop of color to my house.

Fabric, ruler, pencil, FolkArt acrylic paint, cutter, Fabric Mod Podge

Mod Podge Picture Frame

What you need:

  • Picture frame
  • Patterned fabric or paper
  • Craft paint
  • Mod Podge
  • Pencil, ruler, scissors/rotary cutter
Trace the frame on fabric with a pencil

Step 1: Trace your frame on the fabric/paper.

Woman cutting fabric using a cutter and a ruler

Step 2: Cut the fabric/paper.

Woman painting the edges of a picture frame

Step 3: Paint the edges of the picture frame. Let dry.

Adding Mod Podge to the frame with a paint brush

Step 4: Apply Mod Podge to the frame and apply the fabric/paper.

Mod Podge over the top of the picture frame with a paint brush

Step 5: Apply Mod Podge over the fabric/paper and painted edge to seal it (and keep the fabric from fraying, if that’s what you used). Let dry for a couple hours.

Patterned picture frames
DIY Mod Podge frame

Why not make a few Mod Podge picture frames in a few patterns? These are so fun – I can’t stop making them!

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Happy crafting! And be sure to come and visit my sister and me as we blog about style, food, and the things we love over at The Pretty Life Girls.

xo, Sam

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Sunday 22nd of March 2015

Love the frames, they turned out really nice. They do pop with the pretty colors and patterns.